Competition still in infancy with plenty of problems for incumbents and new entrants
News | 06/18/2002 4:00 am EDT
The advent of competition in the telephony market has been a good idea but the implementation leaves much to be desired, representatives of ILECs and CLECs agreed at a conference in Toronto last week. The Celebrating 10 Years of Telecom Competition in Canada meeting, held June 11-12, heralded the release of Telecom Decision 92-12, which first opened up the long distance telephone market to new players.
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